1988 Ford EA Falcon Review
Suited More To Be A Family Car — With the lowered springs and shocks put into it she handles like a dream, but before that floated all over the road like a boat. Wider tires give a great increase in grip too. standard grey trim leaves enough for the imagination. Auto, and barely has enough grunt to spin the tires. In temperatures over bout 35C watch for overheating if pushing it on the highway
Pros: Spacious ride
Cons: Australian Climate takes advantage of the overheating weakness
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